Best Practices For SynaMan

SynaMan allow companies to securely share files with business colleagues while keeping 100% privacy. This page lists a few Best Practices that are recommended when you use SynaMan.

Enable SSL

The most important feature when pursing a secure environment is using HTTPS. SynaMan not only supports SSL, but also contains several options for using an SSL certificates. For example, you can:
  • Use a self-signed certificate, which does not require any configuration but is not recommended.
  • Use a free certificate from Let's Encrypt.
  • Export an existing certificate from either IIS or Apache server
  • Create a brand new certificate and have a CA sign it.

Enable Two-Factor Authentication

Hackers are always looking to crack passwords and gain access to otherwise protected data. Two-factor authentication (2FA) offers additional security besides a user id/password and keeps unauthorized users away.

Encourage your users to use 2FA. Administrators could also make using this feature mandatory. Click here for details.

Enforce Password Policy

Humans hate passwords and as a result, we tend to create passwords that are identical across different services and easier to remember. On the flip side, such practices results in security holes in your infrastructure.

Therefore, it is always good to encourage your users to create complex passwords. As an administrator, you could enforce users to use complex passwords. Click here for details.

Audit and Access Logs

As an administrator, you should frequently look at the Audit and Access logs in SynaMan.

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